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then coco crisp and brandon guyer against aroldis chapman, who struck a ramirez to end the eighth. ball one up. 102. >> john: what could have been. when this game started for the cubs, getting the run in the first inning. some four hours ago and hitting the wrong because becomes to get on the scoreboard with bryant rounding third. you and i both thought, no chance. maybe at the plate. have the right cutoff man been hit. had a lot of chances to score more. credit the cleveland pitchers. >> joe: there's a strike. meanwhile, it's been area to.
took until the sixth inning for the indians to get their first hit. montgomery was terrific. two innings, no runs, two hits. for strike us. and now chapman. rajai davis on 2-1. chase did. 2-2. >> john: i can only imagine. as a hitter, used it yourself -- tell yourself stay down, stay down. and then the pitch belt high or above and you think you've got a chance. >> joe: davis 0 for 1. 0 for 2. one away in the ninth. and chapman will deal with coco crisp. 0 for 3. >> joe: both of these guys
traditional style. chapman pretty much one inning at a time. now miller, they've been separated. compete here in the world series. miller can do a little bit more. the indians have used him unconventionally. still a closer but pitching in a different situation. >> joe: strike one. 102 into crisp. pitch cast powered by mlb advanced media. pitch cast gave you a look at the 100 to pitch to and they at-bat for davis. strike two for crisp. >> john: oh. 89-mile an hour slider.
games, it's going to come down to a one run. somebody has to close the game out. so far, it's been a little breathing room for both teams. >> joe: on friday night, a matchup of josh tomlin, the right-hander, against kyle hendricks. lights out in game 6 of the nlcs and a big tomlin. hendricks at home 10-3, including the postseason with a 1.37 e.r.a. terry word on the right, john cusack on the left. trying to get their own video of the cubs first world series win since 1945. cleveland trying to win a game started by somebody other than kluber.
the advantage going and will be with the cubs and kyle hendricks. here comes the 2-1 pitch to guyer. 3-1. >> john: he may look timid and scared, but he's not. hendricks. he just has a quiet heartbeat and he is a student of the and certainly has had an unbelievable year. >> joe: two-out walk. game 2 continues. the number nine hitter, roberto perez. cleveland needs two more base runners to have a chance. roberto perez drew a walk back
that was against montgomery. 0 for 2 against arrieta. trying to extend this game for terry francona, who is in danger of suffering his first loss as a manager in a world series. perez, runner goes. no throw. >> john: last minute had to get out of the way. anticipating what was not going to happen. a throw down. you can't tell contreras that. he wants to show off his gun anytime he can. >> joe: fielder's choice. no stolen bases given to guyer.
>> joe: javier baez comes in. he had to come in a long way. he's about 75 feet away. he's way out in shallow right. >> john: that's energy. >> joe: time called. >> john: time called. i think we have set the all-time world series record. it's unofficial. >> joe: popped up, right side. rizzo will watch it go into the seats. cleveland down to their final
eighty two feet from home plate. >> john: he is just having fun. >> joe: you know how chapman wants to end this. with a punch out. you know what roberto perez wants to do? extended and give these fans that have watched through a cold night here in cleveland some hope. chapman. ground ball to short. addison russell. the cubs have event the series. 5-1 win in a four hour, four minute game. the arrieta beats bauer and ts beat the indians. >> john: it's going to be a good one, the next three days.
>> joe: chapman goes an inning and a third. two strikeouts, one walk. indians strand eight, the cubs stranded 13 runners on tonight. behind jake arrieta, the reigning cy young award winner. they got the early lead. they added to it. and they have event the series by splitting here in cleveland. friday night, wrigley field and can't wait. jake arrieta wins his first game of this postseason. and the second of his postseason career, and with that, we will go to tom verducci. speak of thanks, joe. kyle schwarber, two days ago, you are playing in the arizona fall league. you have not seen major league pitching in 200 days.
three hits in seven at-bats, two rbis tonight. can you please tell me how that's possible? >> you live for this moment. this is the moment you want to be in. this is the ultimate goal, the world series. to win at all. a lot of emotions going into it. a lot of adrenaline. you just try to put yourself in the best situation every at-bat and just go from there. >> tom: the offensive approach tonight after getting shut out. cubs get eight balls, 22 of those on two strike counts. how good was the approach tonight against cleveland pitching? >> it was great. like we said, we ran into a good pitcher yesterday and today we wanted to stay with our approach. we put in great at-bat yesterday, great at-bats today. the results were in our favor. >> tom: friday night, wrigley field will host its first world series game since 1945. you know national league rules,
will you be able to play in the field? do you expect to be in the starting lineup friday night? >> i don't know. we are going to take it day by day and see where it takes us. >> tom: do you feel like physically you would be able to do it? >> i don't know. i haven't tried it. i might try it and see what happens and we'll go from there. >> tom: we will be watching. thank you. congratulations. >> joe: he's a great kid. it's a great story. he was right there front and center comes. he came up with rbi hits in the third and fifth. jake arrieta gets postseason win number three in his career. he had one in the wild card game last year, one against st. louis in the division series, was winless in the nlcs, winless this postseason. the reaction from murphy's bleachers in chicago where they are packed in, it got to be thrilled.
cleveland won last night. final of 6-0. chicago tonight 5-1. to wrigley we go. to kevin burkhardt and the guys we take you now. >> kevin: thanks very much. welcome to the postgame show. frank thomas, pete rose, alex rodriguez. we have a lot to do coming up. more reaction from the field of this cubs victory to get back in this world series and tie things up at 1. will come back with that, kyle schwarber, jake arrieta. what can you say? the cubs came here to do what they had to do. take one of two. they go home to wrigley on friday night and we've got ourselves a world series tied a. cubs win came 2 in cleveland. back in a moment to talk about
>> kevin: welcome to the postgame show presented by "lethal weapon." cubs take game number 25-1 over the indians. we've got a world series all tied up at one game apiece. a reminder, for continuing coverage, turn to fs1 right now. we will moment. kyle schwarber has turned into willis reed. he is back and dominating. it's impressive. >> frank: amazing. two big hits, two rbis. runs scored. amazing. that's all i can say. amazing. >> joe: it's impressive, right, pete? >> pete: star in the world series.
>> alex: he is a difference maker. he brings swagger, body language. watching him tonight, he looks like their most dangerous and best hitter. >> kevin: he does. you have to look at what schwarber did. a double yesterday, drew a walk. a couple good at-bats against miller and tonight, two more hits. he drove in two. it's incredible what he's doing. you heard tom verducci ask at he spent cleared to play and played dh and pinch-hit, run. is he going to be in the field? is he going to be able to play in the field? joe maddon is going to want to try to play him. >> alex: i don't see how the cubs and joe joe maddon. let jason heyward finish. you are rolling the dice and
kyle hendricks, only given up five home runs at home. let him go home -- >> pete: i can't believe he came from arizona i never took any fly balls. what did he do? stay in the batting cage >> kevin: he got cleared like 10 minutes ago. >> frank: i understand how important the bat is but i don't see him going to left field on friday. like that, the worst thing he can do is try to move left or right. i don't see him playing but he will be ready for a big offensive situation late in the ball game. >> alex: i would put him in left field. play on the track, don't dive, don't slide. those would be my marching orders. >> frank: i understand that but it's very dangerous. it's the world series.
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to invade the rival campaign stops coming to cedar rapids on the same day. >> long lines to vote before election day. the push to get ballots passed as early as possible in the corridor. there's also a renewed battle of the future of the supreme court. >> why the issue of gay marriage continues to play a role seven years after its legalization here expect one of the most popular are changed in the country is sitting up shop in cedar rapids. >> this is fox 28 news at 9. >> the best-of-seven world series is now specify. >> will talk tcu moment to get their thoughts about tonight's game. we begin with fox28 sports mia o'brien with a big net for the cubs before they had come to wrigley. >> that was guaranteed. didn't it would take the cubs back to wrigley. the weather outside was frightful but having kyle schwab or back was delightful. >> schwab or brings in another
healthy after missing the entire regular season. the question is what he has for the postseason next year. six strikeouts for jake arrieta. fifth inning one on for benzo for. he rips one down the line for a triple as part of a great run. cubs tie things up as they take into 5-1. >> cubs fans and kelly d'ambrosio spent the night watching that game with fans and she joins us live from downtown cedar rapids. >> reporter: the fans erupted after the game tonight. there were high-fives and go cubs go. brad was one of the guys here and he's a huge fan. how are you feeling now that your cubs won the second game?
let's be honest the cubs are rolling right now and they are going to wrigley. >> you are such a huge cubs fans. you have it to prove it. show us your ink. tell us about it. >> i was 19 years old, young and foolish but knowing that i love the cubs and someday i will going to put world series champs around the. and someday it will be closer than later. around this thing we will be talking. >> how did you become a cubs fan? >> my older brother is a cubs fan so we still sit and place -- play baseball and imitate all cubs players. the 19 8019 was our team and imitate all the players.
we wish you the best of luck and what you want to say to everyone. >> the cubs are for real and we are for real for many years. go cubs. >> good luck. reporting live in cedar rapids kelly d'ambrosio fox28 news. >> the rain has finally moved that. >> now everyone wants to know when the sun will be back. chief meteorologist terry swails joins us with the answer. >> we have good coming with get to it. tonight we have low clouds and fog. also some drizzle but tomorrow afternoon those clouds will break up and after that little bit the sign for the end the week and a bit warm up for friday. here's our current conditions. 47 degrees and lots of clouds around. the radar shows nothing as the rains have pushed up to the east . we still have a lot of clouds to deal with. those will start to break up later on tonight especially
afternoon we will get some sunshine and by friday we will have lots of sex and the temperatures will takeoff. tomorrow a dreary start to the day and some sent in the afternoon. temperatures in the mid-50s in most locations. saturday will shoot for the 70 great temperatures. >> the race for president will center on cedar rapids this week. both hillary clinton and donald trump will come to the corridor on friday. first hillary clinton won't hold a rally at newbo city market. doors open after 11 with the event heading event donald trump will hold a rally at the mcgrath amphitheater. the two candidates will stop in cedar rapids 11 days before the election. voters sought the one and only debate this cycle in the first congressional district. >> kevin barry explains both candidates stances on one major issue is cedar rapids. >> reporter: no matter where
of the sandbanks are gone but here in the new bohemian district we could find a few. they were a big deal of this is one of the first issues discussed in the debate tonight. monica vernon was on the city council and 2008 when that first blood came through. she played a big role in getting the city back from that flood. now she says her sister representative. rod bluhm and the rest of the iowa delegation in washington dc has not done enough to make a permanent protection the city >> i do not like to hear excuses. that's not the type of person i am. we will up our sleeves and get to work and we make things happen. >> the wheels grind slowly in engineers and the office of management and budget that reports to president obama. the corp loves the project but it doesn't meet the omb's qualifications.
separating money given to projects like this one so that cedar rapids is competing with much bigger cities for flood protection money.since those bigger communities have more property value to protect, they keep getting the funding before cedar rapids. covering the corridor in cedar rapids, kevin barry, fox 28 news. a fox 28 viewer alerted us to a racial slur etched on a street surface in downtown cedar rapids. rapids.fox 28 news took that concern to the city and after we shared the photos, the city removed it immediately. the viewer tells us the vandalism was there for more than a year. tomorrow on fox 28 morning live, we take a closer look at the city's history with issues like this.that's tomorrow city's history with issues like
>> developing now a former teacher turned stripper now faces a felony charge of sexual exportation. fox28 news dora miller breaks down the elevated accusations. >> reporter: mary beth haglin will enter a plea again for a serious felony she is charts with. a process familiar to the former substitute teacher. according to court documents bustier sent new evidence that impact her charge. all of this comes after change of on dr. phil show. on the show she claimed the relationship with the student lasted for nine months. she gave intimate details about their encounters. she also appeared on to other national shows or she shared similar details. >> although class the is the lowest level felony charge she could charge up to five years in prison if she is convicted. and a ring is scheduled for next month. we will continue to follow this investigation as it
infrastructure and making the street more pedestrian friendly.some living and working nearby are concerned pedestrian friendly. some living and working about concerned about getting around. city engineers say most of the sidewalk is done and will be easier. they hope to wrap up the project in a month weather permitting. >> there are new developments in the efft there's an investor compensation initiative to get around one half-million dollars back for the cedar rapids development group. they are the ones that led the charge for the seat across casino downtown of the last decade. the racing and gaming commission rejected the proposal in 2014. with almost $10 million invested for that push this new
together. >> this investors put a lot power of their money and wild rose and steve emerson and hunter parks recognize that. they wanted to do something to show that respect. >> rogers tells fox 28 news even with that is that the plan the people at wild rose are still looking to do the same things the previous investors have been trying to do bring economic growth downtown. >> next helping those in danger from winter's chill. how one group and i was city is struggling to find a home to assist those without one >> there is light at the end of
whether we like it or not, it's only a matter of time >> whether we like it or not it's a matter of time before a bitter cold and snow returns to the corridor that is raising concerns for those who struggle when the weather does change. matt hammill is live in iowa city to explain what groups battle to change it. >> knows what is coming and what is around the corner. two organizations here trying to beat the freeze and save lives. >> we can say and i am proud to say that in the last two winters no one has died on our streets because of exposure. >> at shelter house christie's says that's because in addition to the 70 bed facility that helps the homeless transition into jobs and into their own homes they have also had temporary emergency shelters in
office space. more than 30 chronically homeless on the streets come there. shelter house is pleading for someone to step up with a building again. in the past they have when they learned what is at stake. >> quickly people to come forward because they understand especially during the winter months that we are talking center food pantry - lower temps also mean higher anxiety " when people are choosing between food and important things like utilities, rent and transportation, a l it's food that loses and people choose to go hungry. " sarah benson witry says in an area where some people pay nearly two-thirds of their income just for rent - the demand here will increase.any donations help - but raw produce is scarce." we get such wonderful donations of fresh foods in the summer, but when the growing season ends locally that kind of tapers off and we can always use more of that for our
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message. >> arc of showers and thunderstorms around the region last night and that left moisture in eastern iowa so we have low clouds and started in the area.
tonight and that's something we will have to deal with tomorrow morning. the temperatures are cool. only 47 out there right now. winds are northwest at 8 miles per hour and adding a little extra chill to the air. take a look at these numbers. no one in the 50s. it is as cool as 41 around decorah. 45 in dubuque, waterloo has 46 and monticello at 46. last night thunderstorms not only produced a lot of lightning but it did dump heavy rain especially in the northern counties. you get north of highway 20 and we had big green numbers. against -- as you went further south the rain amounts were less but in dubuque almost an inch and cedar rapids 1.41 inches of rain and a lot of lightning and thunder around 4:00 in the
those storms and that rain have pushed off to the east. it is dry in eastern iowa and the radar is not indicating any precipitation but there is a lot of cloud coverage. this will continue to hang tonight and into the morning hours. tomorrow afternoon it will begin to break out as drier air moves in. for now this low pressure off to the east of us is bringing this wraparound moisture and the low clouds that we are seeing. as this moves off to the east that high pressure google see drier air but will still have clouds around as we get up in the morning and finally in the afternoon when the clouds start heading to wisconsin and northeastern illinois. i do anticipate a clearing trend lieff -- late tomorrow afternoon and the winds will turn to the south and another big warm-up is expected by the time we get to friday afternoon as our highs should be into the
i think it will be another cool day. our models are indicating temperatures that will be in the mid-50s in most locations. maybe some low 50s up north. then we take you to friday i look at the numbers. 74 in cedar rapids, even in the far north upper 60s are expected . these readings may be a little cool. mid-seventies will be a possibility as we close out the week. here's the predictor go through the night there are clouds around but after midnight there may be a few holes here and there. it will take most of the morning for these clouds to burn off and around noon to 6:00 that's when the majority of clearing takes place and that's when the temperatures will be the mid-50s. tonight forecast has cloudy skies and cool conditions. maybe a little patchy fog and drizzle. overall our lives will be in
and they should break up in the afternoon. temperatures are cool in the northeast. does it to into core and 53 in elkader. payment will be 57. here's your extended forecast. this is where things get good. 75 expected on friday. 70 degrees on saturday. a little cold front passes through for sunday. but 75. the trick-or-treaters around eastern iowa don't have any tricks weatherwise. it looks fantastic. >> that's a rare thing. >> i have trick-or-treaters in the snow. while it was fine it did not do much for the costume. >> this is perfect and they can wear what they want. it will go well.
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justices. >> social conservative group was one of the main forces driving out three justices after the unanimous 2009 decision on same-sex marriage in iowa. this year they are urging i went to think back to that link as well as the courts 2015 decision to strike down the telemedicine abortion ban. >> these three judges are prime example of justices who do not honor and respect the constitutional amendments to their own power. that's when we need to go. >> the i will state bar association says these justices have made every decision based on the law. vote yes to retain that ensures that politics will not get into i was courts. >> here on the fair committee these supreme court justices received high marks from i will lors other judicial performance evaluations.
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of emails >> another day and another batch of emails released on wikileaks from hillary can't clinton's campaign. the latest emails claim to show how clinton emailed a pound was dealt with those closest to her. >> kristine frazao examines the questions that raises especially when it comes to transparency concerns. >> a tragedy in benghazi libya. an attack on a con september 11. an attack on a consulate that killed four americans on september 11, 2012. it started the hunt for information about what secretary of state hillary clinton said and did in response. >> i take responsibility and no one is more committed to getting this right. that investigation led to a new revelation. hillary clinton never used a government email address while serving a secretary of state. in an interview on cbs president obama said this. >> when did you first learn
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and those sort of hillary clinton email server is still making news and raising questions about who knew what and when. if anything should have been done differently. and washington kristine frazao reporting >> early voting at the university of iowa was a headache this afternoon for many johnson county residents. congress and dave loebsack was caught in this light which took an hour to cast their ballots. a slow internet was stalling the registration process. >> of this week fox 28 news is taking you on a train ride through some of the most pivotal underground states. >> scott thuman continues his track to georgia in tonight's be on the podium report. >> reporter: in savanna georgia a city full of history and estate that has been republican
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